Questions to Consider Regarding Inclusionary Zoning Policy

Inclusionary zoning is one tool that cities and states can use to require that a portion of newly constructed housing units are created and operated as affordable housing.

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How Virginia Uses Collaboration and Coordination to End Homelessness State-Wide

Through the Governor's Coordinating Council on Homelessness, Virginia changed the way it responds to the needs of people experiencing homelessness. 

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Forging Strong Public-Private Partnerships to End Homelessness

By coming to the table with open minds and willing hands, we can help each other reach our individual goals and create a system that works for those we... Continue Reading →

Coordinating Your Way Home in Houston

How Houston built and operates a Coordinated Access system.

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Our Quick Analysis of HUD’s FY17 CoC Program Competition Registration Notice

Our quick analysis of changes in the Registration Notice for the FY17 Continuum of Care Program Competition.

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Integrating Rapid Re-Housing Programs and Policy with Employment is Essential to Ending Family Homelessness

It’s vital to enhance rapid re-housing implementation and policy to ensure that all participants have access to employment, training, and supportive services that can help them succeed... Continue Reading →

Communicating Effectively About Ending Homelessness

How we talk about ending homelessness in our communities matters. But while we have been developing significant evidence around what works programmatically and systemically, we still have much to... Continue Reading →

Successfully Connecting People Affected by Opioid Use to Housing: Central City Concern in Portland, Oregon

USICH will be exploring, through an occasional series of interviews and articles, how different agencies and organizations support successful housing outcomes and recovery for people who have experienced the... Continue Reading →

New England Federal Regional Interagency Council Provides Leadership on Ending Youth Homelessness

Over 130 stakeholders gathered at a meeting of the New England Federal Regional Interagency Council on Homelessness to hear from youth, expand their knowledge of model policy and practice, and... Continue Reading →

We Must All Be Part of the “No Wrong Door” Approach: Lessons from the 2017 Point-in-Time Count

Reflections and takeaways from the point-in-time count in Washington, DC. 

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